The 1739 house is thought to be haunted by 2 families: The Hammonds, who lived here in the 1840s, and the Civil War-era Downins. Voices and footsteps have been heard, and the Downin children are thought to be the ones who move around a corncob doll, turn off the lights, and cause cameras not to work properly within the building.
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- 110 Key St
Hagerstown, MD 21740
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- 39.6398103, -77.73023669999998
- Washington County, Maryland
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